The new Rishon Lezion Municipality Lobby was designed by Anat Herman Wincygster Architecture and Interior Design Studio. The municipality's location in in the heart of the city inspired the design concept: a meeting point, a kind of 'urban piazza' that connects the outside and inside, designed in a modern style that gives an inviting feeling to city employees and residents.
The lobby uses colors and materials inspired by the sea, orchards, wine and sands that symbolize the city. These were reflected in the terrazzo flooring as an image of sand and rocks, in the modern reception desks covered with tiles in greenish colors, in the innovative lighting fixtures and of course in the modern and luxurious furniture in soft pastel sea colors.The chosen furniture is modular, so it allows dynamic arrangment in the space and can have many options-waiting areas, ceremonies and conferences, low seating areas, cafeteria seats and more.
We believe this lobby will bring together the citizens and the employees of the city
Photography: Tamir Rogowski